> Confirmed. The new link for windows should work also on Windows
Yep, the second installer worked. It's a bit unusual to end up with
32-bits software installed below C:\Program Files, though (should be
"C:\Program Files (x86)" on Windows x64 systems).
However, I made the mistake to use a project name containing spaces -
the environment path is correctly quoted, but not the projectname
argument after initenv:
Error running C:\Program Files\BitNami Trac Stack/python/python.exe
"C:\Program Files\BitNami Trac Stack\trac\Scripts\trac-admin-script.py"
"C:\Users\cboos\BITNAM~1\BitNami Trac 0.11.6" initenv BitNami Trac
0.11.6 sqlite:db/trac.db svn "C:\Users\cboos\BitNami Trac Stack repository"
Then, trying to fix that by using the "Use BitNami Trac stack" cmd
shell, I saw that trac-admin was not available.
The "C:\Program Files\BitNami Trac Stack\trac\Scripts" path should be
put in the PATH, for that shell (in the ./scripts/setenv.bat file).
After fixing it:
>trac-admin "C:\Users\cboos\BitNami Trac Stack projects\BitNami Trac
0.11.6" initenv "BitNami Trac 0.11.6" sqlite:db/trac.db svn
"C:\Users\cboos\BitNami Trac Stack repository"
Creating and Initializing Project
At that point, the environment was reachable via tracd:
>tracd "C:\Users\cboos\BitNami Trac Stack projects\BitNami Trac 0.11.6"
But not via Apache, I had to restart first, no big deal.
Authentication was correctly set up, though for a more effective start,
one would expect that the user specified in the installer would end up
having the TRAC_ADMIN permissions, so that you can start right away
configuring your environment.
The README.txt file still talks about the WebAdmin plugin as an example
- bad example, as you should *not* install the 0.10.x WebAdmin plugin in
Trac 0.11.x, which has the admin panels built in.
A part from those minor glitches (which I think are easy to fix), it
works great, mod_python is correctly configured.
In addition, it would be great if HTTP access to the svn repository
would be configured as well, so that people could start commit code to
their project right away ;-)
I also like the very clean way everything is organized below "C:\Program
Files\BitNami Trac Stack", but apparently it's in part theoretical, as
the actual install of python Lib and DLLs is duplicated below
apache2/bin. If one wants to upgrade Trac manually (hint for fellow Trac
developers, try out 0.12dev!), then the .eggs, .pths and all that have
to end up *there*).
Hope you'll find the advice helpful. On my side, I'll use the BitNami
Trac as a nice test environment for mod_python 3.3.1 on Windows ;-)
PS: hint for other Trac developers: if you want to "upgrade" such a
BitNami install to 0.12dev, then use the provided python to perform the
installation, as admin (btw. I'd be interested to know how to get a
separate trac012\Lib\site-pages folder, instead of installing in
python\Lib\site-packages), then be sure to modify/delete